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Common diseases in fruit trees Part II

Good morning friends, in today's space we continue with some of the most common diseases in fruit trees.

In this second part we talk about the suckers, the Evil of lead or the false Evil of Lead, among others.

The first, suckers are usually generated in fruit trees such as apple trees or pear trees.

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<p>The evil lies in small insects that feed on the plant, this you can check because it appears a sticky liquid and also if you examine the tree you will see insects in white or yellowish smell, rather crushed.</p>
<p>Another disease is called the Evil of lead, it is serious especially in plums, apple, cherry and peach trees.</p>
<p>Normally we will see the signs through the leaves of the plant as they turn a silver color.</p>
<p>Normally it attacks the wood, which remains stained and the shoots die. You can cut the attacked branches about 15 cm below the infection or paint the cuts with copper oleate.</p>
<p>This disease can be confused with a common condition in fruit trees. The leaves are also silver, but it appears in a radical way affecting the whole tree.</p>
<p>The tree has no spots, as in the previous disease. This condition is due to poor watering or tree food.</p>
<p>Finally I talk about the birds .. very beautiful, but some can be most harmful to the fruit trees we have.</p>
<p>The pardillos and the sparrows damage the fruits like the cherry trees, plums or the pear trees. Normally during the spring or at the end of winter they open the outermost scales of the tree and bite in its central part, destroying the buds of the same.</p>
<p>To avoid this, you can try placing a plastic net, so we will avoid the destruction of the tree along with the fruits.</p>
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